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- Yes, date unknown
Family James Hoge, b. 6 Feb 1723/24, Nottingham, Chester, Pennsylvania , d. Yes, date unknown
Land Sale 19 Dec 1761
Kernstown, Winchester City, Virginia
the 235 acres to Isaac Greenleaf, merchant in Philadelphia
Move 1 Nov 1774
Bush River, Newberry, South Carolina
James Hoge and children Jacob, Phebe, and William received a Quaker certificate of membership from Hopewell monthly Meeting to move to Bush Rive Monthly Meeting. The certificate was endorsed at Bush River to the Wrightsboro Monthly Meeting in present-day McDuffie County, Georgia on 27 Jan 1775.
+ 1. Jacob Hoge, b. 1755, Hopewell, Hopewell (city), Virginia , d. 1817, Clark County, Georgia (Age 62 years)
2. Phebe Hoge, b. Hopewell, Hopewell (city), Virginia , d. Yes, date unknown
3. William Hoge, b. Hopewell, Hopewell (city), Virginia , d. Yes, date unknown
Last Modified 18 Jan 2017
Family ID F1964
[ S329] Hogg DNA Project, Dwight Hogg, (http://hdhdata.org/hoggdna.html), Descendants of Sir John Hoge of Musselburgh Scotland: NJ1682 | http://hdhdata.org/roots/h2721.html (Reliability: 4).
[ S64] Kenzie, Ross B. Kenzie (compiler), ( RootsWeb.com: 30 Aug 05), Descendants of John Hogue | http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~kenzie/GenJOHN.htm (Reliability: 3).
[ S65] Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Cecil O'Dell, (Marceline, Missouri: Wallsworth Publishing Co., 1995), pages 281-286 (Reliability: 4).
[ S66] Hoge, Nichols and Related Families, William D. Nichols, (4578 Rain Park Drive, Fairview Park, Ohio 44162, Sept 1969) (Reliability: 3).
[ S65] Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Cecil O'Dell, (Marceline, Missouri: Wallsworth Publishing Co., 1995), page 286 (Reliability: 4).
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